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Many supermarkets in the UK sell spoiled turkeys, which rotten and stinky, and even have green mold spots.

Many supermarkets in the UK sell spoiled turkeys, which rotten and stinky, and even have green mold spots.

Tesco, Senbaoli, Oleqi and other large supermarkets in the United Kingdom sold spoiled turkeys during the year-end holiday. Netizens who were “traited” collectively complained about this and complained that these turkeys that had not expired but spoiled their dinner.

According to the Daily Mail and The Sun on the 26th, many British netizens complained that they had bought bad turkeys during the year-end holiday. Some chickens had rotten and stinky, and some turkeys had green mildew spots. Most of these turkeys were purchased the day or the same day before, and they did not reach the shelf life on the label. Merchants complained by netizens include large British retail stores such as Tesco, Sempoly, Oleqi and Martha Department Store.

In addition to spoiled turkeys, other meat products sold in the store are also ridiculed. Someone bought a hollow pie that should have butter stuffing, and some people ordered six turkeys to be exchanged into one-person chicken, which was also full of fillers. The bad shopping experience caused “hit” netizens to call “holiday dinner ruined like this”. A netizen who spent 50 pounds on a spoiled turkey said angrily, “After such a difficult year, the family wanted to reunite at the end of the year, but it was destroyed like this.”

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